In a surprise upset, Hillary Clinton won the New Hampshire Democratic Primaries with 67% of the vote in. She won a projected 39% to Obama's 36%. This by no means puts Obama out of the race, but it does toughen things quite a bit for him. His pending endorsement from the Culinary Worker's Union in Nevada was presumably contingent on his win in New Hampshire. It is now unclear whether or not they will choose to stick with him, or switch their endorsement to Clinton, which would effectively hand her Nevada. Obama is still likely to win in South Carolina, which would put himself and Clinton in a virtual dead heat with two states each. Michigan's results will not matter, as they lost all of their delegates by moving the primary up without authorization from the Democratic National Comittee.
It is unclear whether it was Hillary's surprising show of emotion Monday night, or the negative attacks the Clinton camp
began on Obama in response to his surge in the polls, or a combination of both that led to her win tonight.
Edwards, predictably, came in third with a projected 17%.